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Artist Statement -



My documentary photographic work is primarily concerned with contemporary social, cultural and political matters relating to Southeast Asia and how this intersects with my own personal history and experiences. In 1989, in China as part of a student exchange program with Beijing Teacher’s College, I documented the Tian An Men Square uprising. In 1992-1993, I retraced my steps as a refugee in Cambodia. In 1994, an Arts International/National Endowment for the Arts grant supported a second Cambodia project in landmines. And in 1995-1997, I returned to Southeast Asia to document various aspects of Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian social, economic, and cultural recovery from the effects of war.

Artist Exhibitions



I am in the process of compiling my past and current exhibition opportunities.

Artist Publications



Reviews

* 2001
-‘Indochina: The Art of War’ at Cal State LA, by Victoria Martin, special to Art week, June 2001

-Indochina: The Art of War' Exhibition Misfires’, by David Pagel, special to The L.A.Times, April 25th

* 2000
-Holland Cotter, A Showcase for Emerging Talent Nurtured Within the Same Environment, The New York Times, May 12, 2000, pg. E38.

* 1998
Holland Cotter, One Museum, Five Shows and a Million Lives and
Passions, The New York Times, August 14, 1998, pg. E33.

* 1995
-The UCLA Graduate Quarterly, Los Angeles, CA
-The Asian-Pacific Magazine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

* 1994
-The New York Times
-The Press Telegraph, Long Beach, CA...

Artist Collections



Numerous private, corporate, museum, gallery and government collections detailed information coming soon.

Artist Favorites